Don’t Think The Worst In People

Here is a three minute story about a lessons learned from someone “stealing” from me this week!

Ryan Avery

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Hi, my name is Ryan Avery! Every Sunday I share the "notes" I use to build my keynotes. They are personal stories and tangible strategies we can use to improve the way we communicate at work, at home and with ourselves.

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  • Susan Hansen says:

    Thank you for a better perspective for me to carry with me throughout my day. I will be glowing with love, thanks to you.

  • Jennet says:

    Great lesson! It took me two times to learn this lesson. I had a home party at my place one time. I can’t remember what the product was. It may have been a Tupperware party. I told my guests they could bring a friend. The guests were all people I know except one lady. She asked if she could have a tour of my place. I said to go ahead and look around as I was busy. The next day I went to get some money that I had left on my bedroom dresser. It wasn’t there. I presumed that this woman took it. About a month later I was dusting and picked up a jewelry case to dust under it and there was the money! Oops! Good thing I didn’t accuse her of stealing! The other scenario is similar. Now I never presume anything!

  • Ryan Avery says:

    That is an awesome story Jennet! Thank you for sharing. Another good reminder to not presume anything!

  • Ryan Avery says:

    Ah thanks Susan! The more people we can make happy the better of a world we all live in! Thanks for reading!

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